Well, our first event is finally here and and I thought leading off with a little “Who is he working for?” contest would be a fun way to start. No prize for the winner just the satisfaction of being a super sleuth. Anyone here is not allowed to give it away. That means you Dave!
First clue is: Her golf instructor is Oh, so good!
Sunday, the trip to paradise: Absolutely awful! That’s the only way I may describe my breakfast sandwich. I just had the Good Morning Delight at the Kokopelli Deli opposite gate 2, terminal 3 at Sky Harbor Airport. Slightly warm eggs on a cold croissant and a cold slice of cheese just doesn’t make it. The cheese never had a chance to melt and by the time I made it through the cashier, the eggs were cold also. Needless to say, I will not be taking a chance on anything else on their menu. Since I had a little time to spare, a Google search found this little gem about the health violations at Sky harbor restaurants. It included this little critique on were I just ate. –In October 2008, the Kokopelli Deli in Terminal 3 was cited after an employee “washed his hands then brushed his teeth with his fingers then went to work with food”. –
I flew over on Hawaiian almost without incident. A call came out looking to see if a doctor was on board as a passenger was in distress. The first thing I did and I bet many others also, was check my watch. We were 10 minutes from the half way point so I figured we wouldn’t be turning back. Emergency personnel met us when we landed and it didn’t look too serious. We arrived a few minutes late due to strong head winds.
Picked up my car from Thrifty and I snagged a super deal but a problem arose on the way to the North Shore. A rumbling noise and vibration permeated the cabin at 40 mph and above. I figured it had a bad tire but I was not about to turn around. Made it to our condo about two in the afternoon.
A rainbow departure to the “Rainbow State”
Time to meet: We had a 2:14 tee time but my player decided to start early. She was was on the 6th tee box when I arrived. We got to know each other during the remaining holes and finished in the moonlight.
Monday: We met at eight thirty and were done by five. It was almost all practice with very little chit-chat. Joined Anna Grzebien and Kim Hall on the front then Morgan Pressel took their place on the back. Turned out to be a very enlightining practice round.